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ROME tourist attraction

by sahil212

hello everybody

Please help me ...

I want to know what are the most tourist attraction in ROME(ITALY)

I am planning to go there for 3 days with my wife

so please give me some idea of places

also some information about transport in ROME (ITALY)

thanks in advance

Re: ROME tourist attraction

by leics

Rome is very walkable, but has an excellent public transport system too (bus, tram, Metro). A 3-day tavel pass costs about 11 euro, and is wellworth buying (easiest place to get it from the bus station next to Termini railway station).

The main tourist attractions are:

St Peter's Basiclica
the Vatican Museums
the Colosseum
the Pantheon
the Forum and Palatine Hill
the Trevi fountain and Spanish Steps
the catacombs
Santa Maria Maggiore

But the city is stuffed with things to see and explore, from ancient Roman ruins onwards. every church has beauty and history, ancient stones have been re-used in buildings, Roman ruins are everywhere you look, the Trastever area retains some of its Medieval character and there are many museums etc. Walk as much as you can: you will see so much more.

Explore the VT Rome pages (written by locals and visitors) by using the searchbox top right of this page.

Official Rome tourist information in English here:


Re: ROME tourist attraction

by leics

That should be 'St Peter's Basilica'.

Re: ROME tourist attraction

by travelgourmet

You can see most of the attractions in Roma with the Open110 bus that runs every 20 minutes from each stop. There are at least 12 stops and are within close walking distance to each of the main attractions in Roma. This is the best transportation in Roma for getting around to see the sites. BTW, walking is not so bad either as you will see a lot more and get the feel of the city. With only 3 days, the Open110 seems like the way to go, at least for one day, then you could go back and visit the sites that missed on days 2 and 3. See the web site for info on the openbus and click on the language you want on the right top side. A map of the route is also on the webpage with the sites to see at each stop. A great way to introduce yourselves to Roma. Website: www.trambus.com

Re: ROME tourist attraction

by travelgourmet

Scusi, Website: www.trambusopen.com

Re: ROME tourist attraction

by leics

There are also 'hop-on, hop-off' buses which offer tours of the city but they are expensive.


Re: ROME tourist attraction

by leics

Or the Archeobus:


Re: ROME tourist attraction

by travelgourmet


Re: ROME tourist attraction

by puerto_lover

hallelujah - and there is 110 Open + Archeobus ticket too ---- and Stop & Go on 110 Open bus too --- FULL PRICE TICKET Stop&Go validity 24 H € 20,00 (For Metrebus pass-holders or Roma Pass holders bus ticket valid 24 H € 15,00) or complete single Non Stop and Go tour €12,00

Travel Tips for Rome

walk aimlessly around just to...

by jennifer99

walk aimlessly around just to take in the long history of this city. the ruins, the villas. Looking around for food that was not pasta, fish - but mcdonalds, after a long trip- I wanted real food- so we saw the M and made a dash for it only to discover we followed the wrong M - this was for Metro or transit. No worries, we saw the other M- and in no time I was eating like someone who hasn't eaten in a long time. Nothing against the food, but enough is enough...

The weirdest place in Rome, you've gotta see it!!

by monorailgold

As you are walking down Via Veneto towards the Piazza Barberini you will see this lovely little church called Sant Maria della Concezione. This church was founded by Pope Urban VIII's brother. He was buried here along with thousands of other members of this church. This is the church of the Capuchin Monks. The Capuchin monks buried all their brethren under the church and used the bones of over 4000 more brothers to create alters, crowns, stars and crosses. In the five chapels you will see these bones in inticate designs. The bones line the walls and ceilings in different patterns. It is very weird to see bones in the form of lampshades and chairs. It is even weirder to see the full skeletons hanging from the walls holding other bones and dressed in robes like the grim reaper. They even have the bones of some children on display. This is not a place to visit if you are with children or are squeemish. I thought it was very grizzley and unnerving the way they had the bones displayed.
If you visit, you are expected to make a donation but may stay as long as you wish. Bring small change because the ladies in charge of the gift shop will not make change for you. Also, they do not allow pictures taken, with or without flash. They close the entire museum if someone takes a picture. The crypt is open 9-6 with a break from noon til 3. Visit it if you wish, but just be warned, this is some really weird stuff!!!
It is easy to find. If you are in the Piazza Barberini just head up the Via Venato. It is on the right hand side of the street about 3 minutes from the piazza. You must go up the stairs to enter the church. There is a small gift shop inside if you wish to purchase post cards of the displays.

Pub Crawls

by Jmill42 about Various Bars

If you want a walk on Rome's wild side, all you need to do is sign up for the pub crawl. Any of the major Rome hostels have tickets for the "festivities." It includes a short walking tour of a few of Rome's attractions, a guide/host, entrance into 4 bars, each with a free shot and reduced price drinks. All in all, it is a great way to meet young people from all over the world, and basically to drink. Can be fun, especially if its your birthday! Normally, I blow by this bit, but it IS Italy. Without a doubt you can dress up for the occasion and still feel scrubby compared to the locals, or you can dress like all the other tourists and at least be comfortable while the locals laugh at you. Your choice.

Real Roman food - no tourists

by sikorka about "Da Bucatino"

There are so many restaurant in Rome, but it's still difficult to find a place where you will be able to enjoy a local cuisine without lots of tourists around.
The place I like a lot is located on Testaccio district and it's called "Da Bucatino".
The food is really tasty and you can see that it's prepared by Italians. You will be served by ladies who I believe belong to one family. Atmosphere of the place lets you feel as if you were coming here since ever. You can sit inside or outside, there are also places down in the "cellar", but I prefer a ground floor with its nice pictures on the walls. Bucatini all'amatriciana for the first dish - 8E
Vitello alla fornara for the second dish - 8 E
House wine 1/2 L - 5 E
If you feel like a dessert go to "Blue Ice" gelateria which is one block behind the restaurant.

Piazza del Popolo

by J_Antunes

This square is probably one of the most beautiful of Rome a city full of beautiful squares. Its name translates as the square of the people although its origin comes from poplars.
The square was the place of the city gates of the Aurelian walls (built in III AC to protect the city from barbarians) and the place where one of the main routes of the city, towards the north started. It was the first image of the city and a place where, until the middle of the XIX century, public executions took place.
Starting in this square there is the Pincian Hill a public park, a hill called by the romans the hill of gardens due to the several gardens and villas that existed in this place and the name is from one of the local families of that time. The today desing comes from the beginning of the XIX century.
In the square there is also a church that dates back to the XI century and dedicated to Our Lady. The place was believed to be haunted by the ghost of Nero.
The look of the plaza today has a neoclassical style dating back to XIX century and designed by Valadier. In the centre of the square there is an Egyptian obelisk of Rameses II from Heliopolis


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